All posts tagged 'Mr. Robot'

Amazon Prime Video Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 4

The fourth and final season of USA Network’s Mr. Robot will receive its UK premiere on Amazon Prime Video UK on Monday October 7th, it has been announced. New episodes will then continue to be made available to UK Prime members every Monday, less than 24 hours after they air on USA Network in the United States.

Amazon Prime Video Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 3

The third season of USA Network's Mr. Robot will receive its UK premiere on Amazon Prime Video UK on Thursday October 12th, it has been announced. New episodes will then continue to be made available to UK Prime members every Thursday, less than 24 hours after they air on USA Network in the United States.

USA Network Renews ‘Mr. Robot’ For Third Season

Mr RobotHalfway through the show's second season, USA Network has picked up their critically acclaimed drama series Mr. Robot for a third season. The size of the episode order has not yet been set.

Universal Channel Takes Linear Rights To USA Network’s ‘Mr. Robot’

Mr RobotMr. Robot has secured a second UK broadcaster. Universal Channel has acquired the linear broadcast rights to the USA Network hacker drama in a deal with sister company NBCUniversal Television Distribution, TVWise has learned. The ten episode first season of Mr Robot will debut on Universal Channel on Thursday July 21st at 9pm, with a feature-length episode.

Acquisitions Buzz: ‘Blindspot’, ‘Billions’, ‘Mr Robot’ & ‘Supergirl’ Near UK Deals

The Muppets was the first show from the upcoming 2015-2016 season to be acquired by a UK broadcaster, but what other shows will be coming to these shores by the end of next May? TVWise has pinned down four (when technically five) shows that are close to being snapped up by UK broadcasters. Said shows include NBC's Blindspot, starring Strike Back's Sullivan Stapleton; Showtime's Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti fronted Billions; USA Network's hacker drama Mr. Robot; and CBS' Supergirl, which was identified across the board as a target for a number of UK broadcasters ahead of the LA Screenings.